Jefferson Booth
2022-11-20
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Convert 1 million pennies to dollars.

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teleriasacr

Answered 2022-11-21
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There are 100 pennies, or cents, in each US dollar.To find out how many dollars you could make with 1 million pennies, divide 1 million (the number of pennies you have) by 100 (the number of pennies in one dollar).

$1,000,000\xf7100=10,000$

One million pennies equals $10,000$ , or ten thousand, dollars.

There are 100 pennies, or cents, in each US dollar.To find out how many dollars you could make with 1 million pennies, divide 1 million (the number of pennies you have) by 100 (the number of pennies in one dollar).

$1,000,000\xf7100=10,000$

One million pennies equals $10,000$ , or ten thousand, dollars.

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